Yet he was not satisfied with his conclusion, and when he found himself on the inside, he talked quickly and earnestly, making a show of being carried away by what he was saying, so that, in case he was wrong in not changing sides
, his enthusiasm would seem the cause for his carelessness.
We were now upon a sort of green cattle-track which crossed the hills towards Torosay, and we kept changing sides
upon that like
With 10 MLAs changing sides
, the strength of Congress on the floor of the House was reduced to mere five.
It also comes after Jacob Rees-Mogg said he "did not blame" Ms Widdecombe for changing sides
and Telford Tory MP Lucy Allen described the Brexit Party's European election candidates in the region as "excellent".
However, as soon as leg-spinner Yasir Shah picks up a couple of Kiwi wickets, the New Zealand fan can be seen changing sides
and starts chanting, 'Jeetay ga bhai jeetay ga, Pakistan jeetay ga.'
"For us it was important to play quicker, sharper, with more penetration, changing sides
quicker and putting them more under pressure."
The second match was a close affair with the lead constantly changing sides
The film had the character of the " Jai Maharashtra" politico declaring flamboyantly that he didn't care about deviation from ideology and subsequent loss of reputation, as the politics of vote banks is a business and there is always the option of changing sides
to another vote bank.
But an enthusiastic Susannah seems to be changing sides
It's the kind of debate where you'll keep changing sides
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) has enjoyed a warm relationship with Religious Right groups like the Family Research Council in the past--but that came to screeching halt July 29 when Frist announced he is changing sides
on the issue of stem-cell research.
Making the case more complicated for Sandra is that her former friend police Lieutenant Dennis Truman heads the investigation and he still considers her a turncoat for changing sides
so he is uncooperative.
He twinkles genially while two teams, captained by Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound, debate the hot potatoes of the day - sometimes changing sides
But the detective chief inspector turned into a despised figure when he was caught changing sides
in the war on crime.